Art Streiber is a Los Angeles-based freelance photographer specialising in portrait, reportage, entertainment, and advertising photography. His editorial clients include Vanity Fair, Entertainment Weekly, GQ, ESPN and the New York Times Magazine. His entertainment clients include a number of broadcast networks, cable channels and streaming services, and all of the major movie studios. Advertising clients include Chase Bank, KFC, Kohler, Cadillac, Miller Lite, Heineken, Subway, Farmers Insurance, Oakley, and Disneyland.
At the beginning of his career, Streiber served as co-bureau chief for Fairchild Publications in Milan, Italy, where he contributed to Women’s Wear Daily, W Magazine, and M Magazine. Streiber currently serves on the Board of the Los Angeles Center of Photography and the PhotoPlus Expo Advisory Board. For the last decade, Streiber’s imagery has been selected to appear in American Photography and Communication Arts Photography Annual. He is inspired by the great portrait, fashion, and documentary photographers of the mid-20th Century. Streiber was introduced to photography in middle school by his grandfather – an avid amateur with his own darkroom. Streiber has a BA in Communications from Stanford University.
In 2005, Steriber was named in American Photo Magazine's list of The 100 Most Important People in Photography, and in 2008 he was presented with the Pacific Design Center's "Star of Design" Award for Photography.